Monday, 27 May 2013

North-West Sardinia: an archaeological treasure island!

Sardinia is not only a resort destination! She has also managed to preserve the remains of an original archaeological culture: Nuraghi, tombs of the Giants, houses of the fairies, Wells sacred, not to mention dolmen and menhir...

Northwest of Sardinia is full of sites to see like for example: Santu Antine at Torralba, Palmavera in Alghero, the altar of Monte of Accoddì Sassari, it pozzo sacro Predio Canopoli Perfugas, the necropolis of Sant'Andrea Priu at Bonorva, Anghelu Ruiu in Alghero, or the rock of the elephant in Castelsardo, to name a few

You are a small group of friends with the passion for these cultural discoveries? But

you want to reconcile visits and relax?

The villa "Casa della meridiana" offers an ideal stay for all those seeking both easy access to the main cultural sites and a haven of peace.

It is ideally located to the Northwest of the island, in Sassari, on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Asinara. This is the point of ideal departure for all excursions.

Age-old olive trees of 6000 m 2 surrounds this villa of independent architect to the decoration. In summer, the shady veranda and swimming pool welcome you. Out of season, you can enjoy the sunny terraces and the panorama which stretches on the sea and the countryside, up to Corsica in clear weather.

Without forgetting the evenings by the pool which will take stock of your discoveries and schedule the successive.

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